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Portrait Photos Defined Hairstyles of American Young Men in the 1970s

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Men’s hair was rocked long until the mid-1970s when everything changed following the hippie lifestyle. As opposed to the shaggy haircuts of the ’60s, most ’70s men’s haircuts were styled with soft and long layers. Continue reading »

Digital Self: Artist Made 100 Digital Portraits In Support Of Ukraine

Nelson Mandela

According to an artist: “I’m a digital artist and I have been working day and night to create this collection of 100 digital portraits. I want to help Ukraine so I have decided to donate 50% of all revenues for this collection to Ukraine. The collection is a comment to celebrity culture in the NFT space and an increasing focus on the “Digital Self”” Continue reading »

Studio Portraits of American Indians by Alexander Gardner From the 1860s

Portrait of Tcha-Wan-Na-Ga-He (Buffalo Chief) in Native Dress wearing fur and feather headdress and peace medal, holding pipe-tomahawk.

Alexander Gardner (1821–1882) was a photographer best known for his portraits of President Abraham Lincoln, his American Civil War photographs, and his photographs of American Indian delegations. Continue reading »

Stunning Vintage Portrait Photography by Clarence Hudson White

The shelter, 1897

Clarence Hudson White (1871–1925) was an American photographer, teacher and a founding member of the Photo-Secession movement. He grew up in small towns in Ohio, where his primary influences were his family and the social life of rural America. After visiting the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, he took up photography. Continue reading »

Heroes: Portraits Of 35 Frontline Workers That We Turned Into A Billboard In The Center Of Warsaw

“We are a group of 5 Polish photographers who form the Nanga Pictures photo collective. Composed of of the collective consists of: Sławek Kamiński, Aleksander Majdański, Mirosław Pieślak, Marta Rybicka and Maciej Stanik. Continue reading »

Photographer Captured Fascinating Photographs that She Found on Old Tombstones in Italian Cemeteries

According to a photographer Laura Signorelli: “I’m a 36-year-old Italian who is fascinated by the past and by many things that are death-related. That is probably because I lost my parents at a young age and I was forced to deal with mortality, loss, and mourning.” Continue reading »

Heroic and Fantasy Pin-Up Female Portraits by Kyu Yong Eom

The amazing science fiction and fantasy themed artworks of Kyu Yong Eom, a concept artist and digital illustrator based in Seoul, South Korea. Continue reading »

Intriguing Female Portraits by Ilya Ozornin

Artist Ilya Ozornin draws girls who are both beautiful and mysterious. Each of his ladies seems to keep a secret, trying hard not to give it away – like Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring or Mona Lisa, they enchant with a kind of understatement and sadness. Continue reading »

French Photographer Sophie Fontaine Shoots Poignant Portraits In Film

Her words are poetic and she shoots film, may sound a bit familiar but Sophie Fontaine shows us something dramatic and unexpected in her artworks. Continue reading »

Artist Cosmo Draws Emotional Acid Portraits in Anime Style

It is not known who Cosmo really is – a girl, a guy, or an alien who came to Earth to draw strange pictures. All we know is that Cosmo is based in Sydney, from where it bombards the world with seemingly simple, but stylish illustrations and comics, similar to colorful bad-rips. Continue reading »

The Whimsical Faces of Artist Ayran Oberto

Ayran Oberto is a Spanish artist who paints bizarre portraits. Grim skulls with eyes, surrealistic faces from acid tripods and bright faces of beautiful ladies – Oberto manages to make each image unique and memorable. Continue reading »

Inspirational Female Portraits by Eva Balloon

Eva Balloon is an artist from Kazakhstan who draws charming ladies. With light strokes, Eva manages to create portraits that are strikingly airy – illustrations so delicate, as if they were made of weightless marshmallow. Continue reading »

Psychedelic Fluorescent Female Portraits by Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic

Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic is a Serbian artist who works at the Berlin design studio SIXMOREVODKA, where she develops concept art and illustrations for video games, films, comics and other media products. In addition to working on studio projects, Jelena draws girls in a recognizable psychedelic style, somewhat reminiscent of Disco Elysium art – with bright spots of color that give an elusive sense of something ethereal. Continue reading »

Art in Faces: Superb Portraits by Gennadiy Kim

Gennadiy Kim is an artist from Moscow who paints wonderful portraits. With hacked, seemingly random strokes he manages to create very subtle works with high detail, precise, colorful and emotionally intense. Continue reading »

Intimate Bird Portraits Highlight The Refined Beauty Of Our Feathered Friends

Sydney-based artist and photographer Leila Jeffreys began her avian projects a decade ago by photographing the colorful budgerigars of her childhood memories. She takes intimate and emotional portraits of birds, including cockatoos, budgerigars, and hawks. Jeffrey’s most recent series is entitled “High Society” and marks a return to her original feathery subjects. Continue reading »

Psychedelic Portraits by Erwin Kruz

Erwin Cruz is a London-based artist who paints vivid, psychedelic portraits. With large strokes, Cruz transforms everyday subjects into stylized existential paintings, somewhat reminiscent of the Disco Elysium video game style. Continue reading »

The Indian Photo Festival Portrait Prize 2021 Finalists and Winners

The ‘Indian Photo Festival’ PORTRAIT PRIZE 2021 is a portrait competition open to photographers from the Indian subcontinent. Photographers have been making portraits for centuries and what’s so interesting about portraiture is its ability to capture the essence of a person, a time period, or a culture. This award aims at discovering the compelling portraits and extraordinary talents.

Cartin: Winner by Sujata Setia

“I’ve never been photographed like this before… with all of my scars, I mean.” Catrin said.

It left us both thinking of what is the limit on scars? How much can we see? Are we all becoming a part of the world where scars need to look “pretty” too? Just enough, so we can use them to remind ourselves that our lives are better? Continue reading »

Captivating Vintage Photos of People in Encampment, Wyoming From Between the 1920s and 1930s

When her youngest child reached 4 years of age and the Nichols family committed to remaining in Encampment after the last of the mining and railroad work left town, Lora Webb Nichols (1883-1962) purchased a storefront and established the Rocky Mountain Studio in the center of Encampment, Wyoming. Continue reading »

The Conceptual Portraits of Kyiv’s Youth by GORSAD Collective

Essentially, it’s become so simple and direct that youth subcultures from all over the world are getting their message out. Ukraine is one of the countries in the Eastern bloc that has become exciting and fascinating and these guys are offering us an intimate insider’s perspective on it, a type of grassroots media approach that the rest of Europe would otherwise have had to do without. Continue reading »

Brazilian Artist Draws Realistic Portraits that Look Like Photographs

Nope! These are not photographs! I was just as surprised to find out that these are actually incredibly realistic oil paintings done by 40-year-old Brazilian artist Fabiano Millani. Continue reading »

Fabulous Portrait Photos of Celebrities Taken by Patrick Lichfield

Jacqueline Bisset, circa 1960s

Born 1939 in Oxford, Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield was an English photographer and a first cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth II, his mother Anne Bowes-Lyon (1917–1980, known as ‘Princess Anne of Denmark’ after her second marriage) having been a niece of the late Queen Mother. He inherited the Earldom of Lichfield from his paternal grandfather. In his professional practice he was known as Patrick Lichfield. Continue reading »

The Fantastic, Beautiful and Colorful Mosaic Portraits by Charis Tsevis

Charis Tsevis is a Greek visual designer living and working in Pafos, Cyprus. He holds a Diploma in Graphic Design from the Akademie für das Grafische Gewerbe, München and a Master in Visual Design from the Scuola Politecnica di Design, Milano. Continue reading »

The Art of Japanese Portrait Photography by Kishin Shinoyama

Japanese photographer Kishin Shinoyama has dedicated his practice to exploring intimacy and the human body, as well as documenting his home place of Tokyo. His sensual photographs often depict the body within the architecture of the city or conversely, the inherent sculptural qualities of the naked human form. Shinoyama was born in 1940, in Tokyo, Japan. He studied in the Department of Photography at Nippon University and was awarded the Advertising Photographer’s Association prize. After being employed at the Light Publicity advertising company, he started to work as an independent photographer in 1968. Continue reading »

Sensual Black and White Portrait Photos of Goldie Hawn Taken by Joseph Klipple in 1964

Born 1945 in Washington, D.C., Goldie Hawn began taking ballet and tap dance lessons at the age of three and danced in the corps de ballet of the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo production of The Nutcracker in 1955. She made her stage debut in 1964, playing Juliet in a Virginia Shakespeare Festival production of Romeo and Juliet. Continue reading »

This Artist Drew These 30 Animals So “Badly”, It Might Be A New Style

Art comes in all forms and shapes and always makes people wonder about things and find the most accurate interpretations. But what is considered a good piece of art? To each individual, it might be a different thing: the memories or feelings the painting is calling out, techniques that are used to create the piece, the artist and their personality, their talent, and work. There is no one way to become a successful artist, and Hercule Van Wolfwinkle is one of the people who can confirm that. Continue reading »